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Governor’s budget plan saves universities from debilitating cuts (access required)

I graduated from Arizona State University's College of Business and am the owner of a commercial construction company. Because of my strong belief in the benefits of a well-educated work force to the business community, I have served on the ASU Foundation Board and now on the ASU Board of Trustees.

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